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Account book kept by Mark Rand for the Schooners Betsy, Atlantic, Martha A. Brewer, and E. F. Swift, possibly U. S. Revenue Cutter Service vessels of which Rand was master. Ports mentioned include Wiscasset (Me.), Boothbay (Me.) and Southport (Me.). Records expenses for groceries, sundries, clothing, supplies, labor, wharfage and quantities of herring, hake, clams and mackerel.
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Rand, Mark, "Account Book, 1841-1879" (1841). History of Maine Fisheries. 38.
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